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How to gag your enemies using the DMCA

The Register received our first DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) take-down notice in September.
Drew Cullen, 04 Nov 2006
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HP gets all clustered over Windows

SC06HP continues to think there's a big market out there for Windows clusters.
Ashlee Vance, 04 Nov 2006

Apache packages: creating a support vacuum

CommentRight at the end of OSCon in September, I got the opportunity to harangue Ubuntu's Mark Shuttleworth about the support vacuum distros such as his create. He didn't have an answer. OK, I was putting him on the spot, but I don't think he'd have done much better if he'd had notice of the question. Frankly, I don't think there is an answer.
Nick Kew, 04 Nov 2006

Null points for BBC Horizon's junk science

Last week, the BBC Horizon's science show drew exclusively on New Age cranks for a programme entitled "Human v2.0". We thought it may have been made by a cult - but you were even less impressed. A new low for the BBC, or a part of a trend...or both?
Andrew Orlowski, 04 Nov 2006

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